It’s no secret that winter can get a little dreary…so what better time to add some new life to your apartment, literally? Here are some great houseplants that can grow in a vase full of water. That’s right – you won’t even need soil!
- Fiddle leaf figs
- Spider Plants
- English Ivy
- Peace Lily
There are many more varieties to choose from, as well! All you have to do to grow these plants hydroponically is cut a section below the leaf, place the plant segment into a glass container with water, and continue to water the plant from there.
Some Things to Remember:
- Since your plant will be getting all of its nutrients from the water, it’s crucial to use bottled spring or well water, and not tap water, which is often stripped of its nutrients.
- Use a glass container with a thinner neck that will help support the stem of the plant.
- Watch for signs of rooting, which you should see beginning after two weeks.
- Add more bottled water when the water starts running low.
And that’s it! Fill your home at Partridge Hill with any of these great plants, and reap the rewards for months to come!